Welcome! The Australian Entomological Society is proud to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2019 Student Travel Grants.
These grants are aimed at supporting our student members by assisting with the costs associated with attending AES conferences. All student members presenting either a talk or a poster at this year’s conference are strongly encouraged to apply.
There are two categories of Student Travel Grants:
1. “Honours/Masters/Early PhD”
Four grants will be awarded to Honours, Masters or PhD students in the first half of their candidature (Hons and Masters at any stage, PhD students up to 18 months). We understand this is a critical time in your career where feedback from your peers can be extremely valuable.
2. “Advanced PhD”s
Four grants will be awarded to PhD Students in the second half of their PhD (18 months +). Sharing your research is an important part of your professional development and the conference provides invaluable networking opportunities.
You must meet the following criteria to be eligible for selection.
- Currently a member of the Australian Entomological Society
- Presenting an oral or poster at the 2019 conference
- a) For “Honours/Masters/Early PhD” Grants – current enrolment in Honours, Masters or in the first half of PhD (less than 18 months)
b) For “Advanced PhD” – current enrolment in PhD (18 months +)
How to apply:
- Submit your abstract here
- Indicate your intention to apply for a Student Travel Grant
- In a separate document please indicate:
- which category you fit into – 1. Honours, Masters, Early PhD or 2. Advanced PhD
- Include an outline of your expected travel costs (maximum 250 words)
- Explain how a Student Travel Grant will benefit you (maximum 250 words).
- Submit your document in the form below
Applicants will be assessed on the following:
- Quality of the abstract
- Benefit to the student
The deadline for the submission of abstracts is the 01 September 2019.
Successful candidates will have their registration fee reimbursed following the announcement of the winning applications. If you have any queries or you have already submitted your abstract for your poster or talk at this year’s conference, please contact Melissa Van De Wetering (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the above information attached in a separate document.
Melissa Van De Wetering
AES Director Student Representative
SASB Student and honorific awards
As of 2017, the Society of Australian Systematic Biologists will offer four awards, along with student travels grants. These awards will span the full career spectrum of members, from postgraduate level to retirement.
For further details please see: